Republican Caucus meets, discusses public-private partnership plan for building new schools

JACKSON, Tenn.–Members of the Madison County Republican Caucus met Wednesday evening, to discuss a big project that could impact parents and students.

The group discussed the budget and financial committee’s recommendation that Madison County enter into a public-private partnership.
That partnership would be with the City of Jackson, Community Redevelopment Agency and Healthy Community, LLC to build a new JCM and Madison Academic Schools.

The Madison County Commission will hold a special called meeting November 12, where they will vote on the recommendations.

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